The Laws of Kenya in Force on the 21st Day of September, 1948, Volume 4

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Government Printer, 1948

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CHAPTER PAGE 261 CUSTOMS MANAGEMENT
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TITLE XXIII
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3Obligation to answer questions 4Obligation to produce documents Part IIADMINISTRATION 5Commissioner
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6Powers of Commissioner 7Delegation by Commissioner 8Revocation of delegation 9Continuance of officers 10 Customs seal 11Customs flag 12Ap...
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17Before whom declarations may be made 18Declaration by youths 19Working days and hours 20Overtime charges Part IIICUSTOMS CONTROL ...
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22Goods on ships subject to Customs control 23Right of examination 24 Cost of examination 25Customs control of goods 26No claim for compensa...
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37Right to require security 38Nature of security 39_General bonds may be given 40 Cancellation of bonds 41New securities 42Form of Customs sec...
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Issue of permits Part IVTHE IMPORTATION OF GOODS 45Importation Division Prohibited and Restricted Imports 46Power to prohibit imports 47...
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CUSTOMS TARIFF
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TITLE XXIVContd
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CUSTOMS AND Excise REVENUE ALLOCATION
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49Increase of penalties in war time 50Prohibited imports consigned to places outside the Territory Division 11The Boarding of Ships 51Ships to ente...
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55Ship to come quickly to place of unloading 56Ship not to be moved without authority 57Restriction on boarding ship before Customs officer Divi...
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60Master of wrecked ship to report Division IVThe Entry Unshipment Landing and Examination of Goods 61Kinds of entries 62Provisional entry 6...
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66Breaking bulk 67Authority for unshipment 68Licences for boats and lighters 69Revocation of licences 70_Use of unlicensed boats or lighters 71U...
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75Conditions in licences 76Classes of warehouses 77Annual fees 78Penalty for continuing warehouse without licence 79Cancellation of licence by C...
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81Effect of cancellation of licence 82Continuation of existing licences 83Officer to take account of goods landed to be warehoused 84Completion of...
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88Opening warehouse 89Collector may order removal of goods from private to general warehouse 90Period of warehousing 91Rewarehousing 92G...
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94Regauging or reweighing of goods 95Sampling of warehoused goods 96Operations in warehouse 97Revaluation 98Goods not worth duty may be ...
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Constructive warehousing Division 11Kings Warehouses and Government Warehouses 102Kings warehouses 103Fees for goods deposited 104Fees t...
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110Power to prohibit exports 111Prohibited exports 112Restricted exports 113Tonnage of export ship 114 Conditions for export 115Goods to be sh...
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34_Goods to be dealt with according to entry 35Passengers baggage 36Inland carriage and navigation
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121Shipment of unspecified goods 122Amendment of outward report 123Conditions for clearance 124_Ship to bring to at proper station 125Master...
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130Ships stores under seal 131Surplus stores may be landed on permit Part VIIITHE DUTIES Division 1The Payment and Computation of Duties Ge...
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134Sale of Crown etc goods 135Time for ascertaining rate of import duties 136Export duties 137Weights and measures 138Allowance for tare and ...
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144Measurement for duty 145Value of goods sold 146Derelict goods dutiable
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Division 11Invoices 151Delivery of invoice with entry 152Invoices 153Particulars on invoices 154Conversion of cost not expressed in sterling 155C...
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Division 111Deposits Abatements Remissions and Refunds of Duties 157Retention of duty on deposit 158Refund of duty 159_Shortpaid duty may b...
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Part IXDRAWBACKS 162Drawbacks allowed 163Limit of value 164 Examination of goods under drawback 165Drawback claims 166Declaration o...
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Part XTHE COASTING TRADE 168What is coasting trade 169_Coasters not to take in cargo at sea or deviate 170_Owner may report ship 171 Parti...
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PART XIIOFFICERS
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179Power to examine all goods 180Power to board and search ships 181Boarding 182Searching 183Securing goods
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184Seals etc not to be broken 185Or on vessels in port bound to another within Territory 186Officers may patrol coasts etc 187Boats on service ma...
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193Power to call for aid 194Power to seize goods 195Seized goods to be secured 196Notice of seizure to be given
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197Seized goods may be returned on security 198Procedure after seizure of goods 199Disposal of forfeited ships and goods 200_Delivery of seized ...
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205Production of documents etc in cases of seizure 206Collector may impound documents
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Division 11Protection to Officers 211Reasonable cause for seizure a bar to action Division IIIObligations of Officers 212Liability to transfer 213Offi...
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Part XIIIFORFEITURES AND PENALTIES Division 1Forefeitures 215Forefeiture of ships 216Forfeiture of goods
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217Appraisement of property seized 218Forfeited packages and goods Division 11Penalties 219Assembly for smuggling 220 aCollusive seizure
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bBribe offered to officer cRescuing goods 221Shooting at Customs ship etc 222Removal or destruction of dutiable goods 223Smuggling
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224Master not to use or allow use of ships for smuggling etc 225Special provision in relation to prohibited imports 226Customs offences 227General...
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228Joint and several liability to penalties 229Aiders and abettors 230Attempts 231Penalties in addition to forfeiture 232Maximum penalty in certain ...
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233Value for purpose of penalty 234Maximum penalty in case of intent to defraud 2351f previous conviction defendant may be imprisoned Part XI...
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242Proof of order etc 243Burden of proof on defendant 244Proof of office
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246_Settlement of dispute by Commissioner 247Commissioners order to be final 248Commissioner may impose limited penalties 249Powers of Com...
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COTTON Tax
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TEA CESS
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CUSTOMS AND EXCISE DUTIES PROVISIONAL COL LECTION
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REBATE AND REFUND OF CUSTOMS AND EXCISE DUTIES
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106Purposes of Kings warehouses 107Payment of charges
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THE LAWS OF KENYA
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CHAPTER PAGB 305 BOILERS PRIME MOVERS AND MACHINERY
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IN FORCE
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ARCHITECTS AND QUANTITY SURVEYORS
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MONEYLENDERS
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PAWNBROKERS
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AUCTIONEERS
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BOOK AND NEWSPAPER REGISTRATION
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PRESS CENSORSHIP
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TELEGRAPHIC PRESS MESSAGES
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STAGE PLAYS AND CINEMAS
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TITLE XXV
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OBJECTS OF ARCH∆OLOGICAL AND PAL∆ONTOLOGICAL INTEREST PRESERVATION
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MUSEUMS TRUSTEES
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MCMILLAN MEMORIAL LIBRARY
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TITLE XXVI
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DIPLOMATIC PRIVILEGES EXTENSION
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